In France “À la Beauceronne” means prepared with corn shoots and baby corn cobs.
In Québec “À la Beauceronne” seems to mean prepared with maple syrup.
In France, the Beauce region is southwest of Paris. It is to France what the great plains are to North America — the breadbasket where corn and grains are grown.
In Québec, the Beauce region is an area south of Québec City, on the south side of the St Lawrence River, on either side of the Chaudière River reaching down to the Maine border. It is a large maple syrup producing area.